MILAN, Italy -- A late goal by Paul Pogba steered Juventus to a 1-0 win at Parma in coach Antonio Contes 100th match in charge on Saturday, while Napoli also kept the pressure on Serie A leader Roma with a 2-1 win at home to Catania. There was more misery for AC Milan as it slipped to a 2-0 defeat at home to Fiorentina. Milan was resoundingly jeered by the fans, who also unfurled a large banner demonstrating their displeasure. Vice-President Adriano Galliani left the stands after Fiorentinas second goal and there were reports after the match of a tense dressing-room meeting with the squad and Barbara Berlusconi, daughter of the club president. Conte rested several players ahead of Tuesdays Champions League match against Real Madrid but was forced to send on Andrea Pirlo and Fabio Quagliarella as they struggled to carve out opportunities. Quagliarella had an immediate effect two minutes after going off the bench with a stunning long-range shot which crashed off the crossbar and into Pogbas path, allowing the young Frenchman to coolly slot into the bottom corner in the 77th minute. Amauri had Parmas best chance with a backheeled effort which fizzed just past the left upright from close range. "We won as Juve, as a great team who wanted the win and ran very few risks," Conte said. "We played the long game and did better, so I am happy with the lads performance, especially considering that we play Real on Tuesday and some could have been thinking about that. But it wasnt like that." Juventus and Napoli are provisionally two points behind Roma, which has won all of its matches and travels to Torino on Sunday. Catania had not won in Naples since 1960-61 and Jose Maria Callejon gave Napoli the lead in the 15th minute with another stunning strike, curling the ball into the top corner from 20 yards. Napoli doubled its lead five minutes later when Lorenzon Insigne rolled the ball across the outside of the penalty area for Marek Hamsik to hit first time into the top left corner. Catania had not scored since Luigi De Canio replaced Rolando Maran as coach nearly two weeks ago, but it got back into the game in the 25th minute when Lucas Castro turned in Maxi Lopezs cross. Next up for Napoli is Marseille in the Champions League on Wednesday, then a visit to Juventus next weekend. "It was an important win but we suffered a lot," Gonzalo Higuain said. "Catanias goal put us a bit in difficulty. These three points are good for our league position. Now well think about the Champions League." In Milan, former captain Massimo Ambrosini was given a warm welcome by the home fans, who displayed a banner paying tribute to his 18 years at the club. The Fiorentina midfielder was also given a standing ovation when he was substituted. Juan Vargas broke the deadlock in the 27th minute when his free kick took a deflection off Sulley Muntari in the Milan wall to wrongfoot goalkeeper Gabriel and go into the bottom left corner. Fiorentina all but sealed the game in the 73rd when Gabriel pushed Joaquins cross straight at Borja Valero, who tapped it into an empty net. "This squad is really making the most out of all its resources," Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella said. "It was a very difficult game because apart from anything else both teams could have been nervous after the last round of matches. But we managed to control the game." Milan, which remains provisionally 10th, has to quickly pick itself back up for Wednesdays Champions League match at Barcelona. Garrett Richards Padres Jersey . A larger-than-life personality known for his intimidating style in the 18-yard box, Schmeichels career spanned some 20 years -- including a memorable tenure at Manchester United. 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Hockey Canada chief operating officer Scott Smith introduced the jersey Wednesday at Torontos MasterCard Centre. "Its a high performance jersey," Smith said. "It allows out teams to pursue goal medals, of which we plan on bringing a few more home next year." The new jersey, developed in partnership with Nike, uses traditional red, white and black Hockey Canada colours. It features the Hockey Canada stickman logo along with the 100th anniversary logo on its left chest areas. The sleeves have two stripes each on their upper arms. "Canada" is spelled diagonally on the front of the jersey, a style that makes a return after more than 40 years. "There are some historical elements to this that you might be able to associate with other jerseys that have been worn over the last 100 years," Smith said. The jersey unveiling was part of a Hockey Canada event to kick off a cross-country exhibition tour. It features a 1,900 square metre caravan with interactive exhibits, including a timeline of hockey milestones. It also includes a year-round artificial surface rink and a five-by-three-metre outdoor video screen. The tour will officially begin in Ottawa Juuly 1, and will is expected to visit 100 communities before ending next May.dddddddddddd Thirteen communities have been scheduled to date: Toronto, Ottawa, Russell, Ont.; Kenora, Ont.; Kitchener, Ont.; Thunder Bay, Ont.; Montreal, Brossard, Que.; Sherbrooke, Que.; Calgary; Edmonton; Red Deer, Alta.; and Kamloops, B.C. The tour is partially funded by $3 million from the federal Department of Canadian Heritage through its Commemorate Canada Program. Smith estimated the government funding comprises more than half of the tours budget. Hockey Canada chairman Jim Hornell said the 100th anniversary tour has four main goals. "Hockey Canada wants Canadians to play the game. We want to engage communities," he said. "We want to leave a legacy, and we want to educate Canadians about our great game." Hockey Canada was officially formed in 1968 by the federal government, but it traces its roots to the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association founded in 1914. The two organizations merged in 1994. Minister of State for Sport Bal Gosal, who represented Canadian Heritage Minister Shelly Glover at the event, said the national hockey teams that won gold medals at the past two Winter Olympics are role models for all Canadians. "National celebrations like this bring us together, strengthen communities, and help Canadians take pride in the citizenship we all share," he said. ' ' '